Singita Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park | September 2014

September news is that we were delighted that the white lion cub born from a Shishangaan female was seen again on Spring Day (1 September). Two male leopards seen along the N’wanetsi River and surrounds have now been identified as the ‘N’wanetsi male’ and ‘Seven male’. These two male leopards are mature and seem to be ruling the roost, using the river as their boundary line. The Seven male was also seen mating with the young Tingala female. Many trees are flowering now and the day length is longer with temperatures rising. The return of some migratory birds, for example the Wahlberg’s eagle, and the sign of rain that sprinkled us lightly in passing, shows summer is on the way.

Download the full wildlife report here: Sinita Kruger National Park Wildlife Report September 2014